An off-duty police officer made a daring arrest when he spotted a wanted man who was taking some ‘time out’ in a sauna.
Through the murky steam, the police officer realised that the male who was sat next to him was a violent offender on the run from the long arm of the law.
In a post shared on Facebook, Rinkeby district police said:
“A colleagu kept his head cool even when it was heated in a potentially dangerous situation.
“A wanted man who the police have been hunting for a
“The man had been wanted for, among other things, attempts of violence against
“I thank you for your commitment that obviously doesn’t only exist when you’re at work!
“We’re all over the place. Even if you don’t see us, we’re there”.
The sauna manager, speaking to Swedish daily newspaper Aftonbladet, said that:
“When the policeman saw him, he came and said nobody should go in or out, then he called for reinforcements and took him”.
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